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Table 3 Data for patients with malignancy

From: The diagnostic utility of cystoscopy in assessing patients with persistent microscopic abnormalities of urinalysis

Patient Age Gender Smoking Status Symptoms Final diagnosis Imaging pre-cystoscopy Lesion seen on pre-cystoscopy imaging Urinalysis results
1 86 Male Non-smoker Nil pTa low grade USS No Bacteriuria
2 52 Male Ex-smoker Nil pTa low grade USS Yes Sterile pyuria and microscopic haematuria
3 92 Female Non-smoker Nil pTa low grade USS and CT Yes Microscopic haematuria
4 86 Male Non-smoker Nil pTa high grade USS Yes Sterile pyuria
5 60 Female Current smoker Nil pTa high grade USS Yes Sterile pyuria and microscopic haematuria
6 63 Male Current smoker Nil pTa high grade USS and CT Yes Sterile pyuria and microscopic haematuria
7 69 Male Non-smoker Nil pTa high grade USS and CT Yes Sterile pyuria
8 79 Male Ex-smoker Nil pTa high grade USS and CT Yes Microscopic haematuria
9 88 Male Ex-smoker Nil pTa high grade USS and CT Yes Sterile pyuria and microscopic haematuria
10 85 Male Non-smoker Nil pTa high grade USS Yes Microscopic haematuria
11 70 Male Non-smoker Nil No histology USS and CT Yes Sterile pyuria and microscopic haematuria
12 93 Male Non-smoker Nil Prostate cancer CT Yes Sterile pyuria and microscopic haematuria
  1. Patient died prior to bladder lesion resection
  2. Patient has a PSA of 77, a malignant digital rectal exam and a normal cystoscopy. Hence, a clinical diagnosis of prostate cancer was established